Youth Programs and Support

The City of Logan is a great place for young people to live, grow and be social. Find out about different programs, activities and supports available for all young people to be connected, engaged, and included in their community.

Logan City Council Youth programs and activities

Name Description More information
Logan City Council Libraries

We have nine libraries that offer a range of services and activities including:

  • gaming
  • chess groups
  • homework help
  • craft activities
  • reading hour
  • comics and manga fan club
  • music jams, movies and more!
For the full calendar of activities at our libraries, please see the Libraries events calendar.
Logan Youth Action Group (LYAG)

The LYAG is made up of young people aged 14 to 24 years old who live, work or study in the City of Logan and are passionate about making a positive difference in the local community.

The LYAG provides a place where young people are heard and are able to take action about the things that are important to them, with the support of Logan City Council.

Members of the LYAG:

  • represent the voice of young people at a Local Government level
  • learn new skills in a hands-on learning environment
  • develop and deliver youth led projects and events
  • have a lot of fun and make new friends along the way.
For more information please visit Logan Youth Action Group.
KRANK School Holiday Program

The KRANK School Holiday program offers free and low - cost activities for children and young people aged 5 to 17 within the City of Logan! 

From hula hoop dancing, cooking classes and fishing there is something for everyone! 

For more information visit KRANK.
Active and Healthy Active & Healthy program will help you find a free or low-cost activity. It is suitable to everyone, regardless of your age, gender, mobility, or work schedule.

Keeping fit and healthy has never been so important. Regular exercise can have a positive impact on mental health and well-being as it can:

  • relieve stress
  • improve your memory
  • help you sleep better, and
  • boost your mood.
For more information visit Active and Healthy program.
Traineeships and Apprenticeships

Our Traineeships and Apprenticeships program can help you kick start your career in local government and take the next step toward your future career.

You will gain a nationally recognised qualification while you work. It also offers opportunities like:

  • learning and development – with training courses in personal productivity and focus, communication techniques, conflict resolution and assertiveness
  • job-readiness training – to prepare you for the change from trainee / apprentice to your next career goal
  • an ambassador opportunity at our annual Ignite Youth Careers Expo
  • co-leading community projects involving Youth Assisting Youth (YAY Team).
For more information, please visit Traineeships and Apprenticeships.
Environmental Events and Activities

We offer a range of free or low-cost activities where you can learn about our environment, meet new people, and have some fun.

Events have limited space so don’t forget to book your place.

For bookings and more information, please visit Environmental events and activities.
Youth Street Hubz The Youth Street Hubz project is a partnership between Council, the Department of Youth Justice, YFS and Crestmead PCYC. For more information, please visit Youth Street Hubz.

We have a variety of youth programs and activities across the City of Logan. If you would like more information please call us on 07 3412 3412 or email

Local youth organisations

There are many services and organisations that support young people within the City of Logan. The following are organisations with a specific youth focus. To find information about other community support services available in Logan please visit Community services directory.

Name Description More information
YFS (Youth and Familiy Service)
YFS has a variety of support services and programs for young people. R4Respect and Men4Respect Youth Ambassadors aim to prevent controlling and abusive behaviour at a young age For more information visit R4Respect and Men4Respect - YFS.

headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. They support young people with mental health, physical health (including sexual health), alcohol and other drug services, as well as work and study support. 

headspace provides early intervention mental health services to 12 to 25 year olds. 

For more information visit headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation.
Ted Noff's The Street University

The Street University is designed to provide young people with a safe space, social supports, life skills development opportunities. 

Activities range from streets after dark open mic sessions, dance workshops, 2 on 2 basketball, BBQ and much more.

For more information you can contact The Street University team on 1800 151 045 (toll free) or email or visit
Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC)

The City of Logan consists of three PCYC clubs.

  • PCYC Logan
  • PCYC Crestmead 
  • PCYC Beenleigh

PCYC is a leading charity providing youth and community programs, services, and facilities. 

PCYC programs are created to encourage young people’s personal development, leadership, sports and leisure, safer communities’ programs to emergency services cadets. 

For more information about the different PCYC’s and the programs they offer visit PCYC.
Logan Youth Foyer Support Services The Logan Youth Foyer Support Service (LYFSS) can help you to build a brighter future by providing accommodation and guidance in a supported environment. For more information visit Logan Youth Foyer Support Services.

Logan youth outreach groups

Name Description More information
R.O.I.L Enterprise

ROIL Enterprise is a support organisation that educates, empowers, and shepherds our most vulnerable young people.

ROIL outreach varies from Music Workshops, Electronic Music Production, Song writing and everything to do with the Arts.

For more information visit R.O.I.L Enterprise.
Faith-based youth outreach and youth groups There are a variety of youth programs and groups that meet weekly at local churches and faith-based places where young people meet and make new friends. To find what’s available in your area, you can search online with your suburb.
REKON Youth Outreach REKON delivers innovative programs and workshops that create positive youth development and social emotional learning, providing opportunities for personal growth, and artistic expression, that enables young people to channel that growth into social change. For more information visit REKON Youth Outreach.

Join a Youth Advisory Group

Name Description More information
Headspace Youth Reference Group Youth Reference Group is made up of diverse group of young people of various cultures and backgrounds from the age of 16 and over, that are passionate about advocating for youth mental health services within the community. The youth reference group provide a youth voice and perspective in the centre, assist with events and activities as well as lead special projects and receive a wide range of training.
Contact: Genevieve Shaw
Phone: 3804 4200
R4Respect Youth Advisory Group #R4Respect is an education and prevention strategy led by young people to support young people in Logan and beyond to develop the values, knowledge and skills they need for respectful relationships. Phone: 07 3826 1500
Website: r4respect
Multicultural Youth Queensland (MyQ) Youth Council Multicultural Youth Queensland (MyQ) is a youth-led initiative of Access Community Services Ltd. As the Queensland service delivery and peak body representing multicultural youth issues, MyQ works in partnership with young people, non-government and government organisations to create a consistent approach to addressing the unique needs of multicultural young people. Contact: Kenny Duke
Access Community Services
Phone: 3412 8255
PCYC Youth Management Teams (YMT) A social leadership group who discuss local issues and then implement ways to support these issues. The program aims to group the participants leadership skills through volunteering, resume/job help, attending state programs, Duke of Ed, etc.
Each YMT's purpose varies slightly with aims and objectives. Participation is the YMT's are by invitation only, however referrals and suggestions can be made.

Contact: Russell Ivermee
Crestmead PCYC
Mobile: 0409 428 750
Phone: 3805 4100

Contact: David Lo-Bianco
Logan PCYC
Phone: 3909 9555

Junior Quota

Do you want to make an impact through active involvement in your local community?

Junior Quota (JQ) is for high school aged students who want to volunteer their time to make a difference in the local community.

The aims of JQ are to develop valuable life skills, give independence over JQ, its goals and outcomes and provide an avenue for youth helping youth.

For more information on how to become involved in Junior Quota, please:
Visit the Quota website, or 
Email: Phone Heather Christensen on 0415 045 451